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A view of a Tyneside street by Norman Cornish – £5500 at Anderson & Garland.

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The 10½ x 14¾in (27 x 37cm) watercolour of a bustling street with women and children was guided at £4000-6000.

It was one of a small group of seven watercolours and drawings of various mining-related subjects by Cornish. They had been assembled by a collector from the Stone Gallery in nearby Newcastle upon Tyne, where the artist regularly exhibited in the 1960s and ‘70s.

Another highlight was a charcoal drawing of a pit pony from 1963 that tipped over top estimate to sell for £2200.

The rest got away in or below guides to total £16,850.